Sudbury born, Toronto raised, Karldon has been an accomplished figure in front of the camera since the 80's, at the same time keeping his hands wet in the bar business. He presently resides in eastern Ontario, happy and healthy, and is well respected for his efforts in helping people living with HIV and Aids.
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
Two answers tie for this question. The first is that writing is a fascinating getaway that allows me to use my imagination to the max, whether I'm bringing to light a character or creating a situation. The second is receiving feedback from the many readers who have read my work and claimed total satisfaction. Then I know I have succeeded, and that is a tremendous joy.
What do your fans mean to you?
I'd read a quote once that hit home with me, and I wish I knew the person who had come up with it because I totally related to it . It went something like-- If all the people in our world could love one another as much as I love my readers... then our world would be a truly beautiful and more peaceful place to live in.
32-year-old Kaz Carter leaves his small town for Toronto, where he finds work in a gay club. What Kaz doesn’t detect, though, is that he has fallen into the eyes of a psychotic hustler. When tragedy strikes, the degrees of separation that had guarded Kaz from a madman slip to zero and Kaz is forced to take action--in ways he would never have imagined back in his small town days.